Remove concrete bunker for tourism promotion: Lal Chowk traders
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, May 15: While hailing MoS Home Nasir Aslam Wani for removal of CRPF camp from the erstwhile Palladium Cinema, the traders of Lal Chowk and adjoining Koker Bazar have appealed the Minister to get the concrete bunker removed from the site.
The traders said since the removal of the paramilitary camp from the city centre, the business had picked up and even tourists started visiting the area, which also houses the Govt Arts Bazaar Koker Barzaar.
“But the presence of concrete bunker is feared to cause inconvenience,” the traders including those running Beigh Dry-fruits, Mobile Corner and Foot Step told Greater Kashmir.
They appealed the MoS Home who also happens to be the local MLA to personally look into the matter.
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